SwimSwam just couldn’t wait until the Texas-Texas A&M dual (which is happening today, by the way), so we went to go visit the men’s team to give you a little sneak preview of the speed you can expect tonight.
While in the hot tub, they were kind enough to give us some insight into what it is divers want to see in terms of news and video
The Milwaukee men’s swimming and diving team swam a near perfect meet winning 10-of-11 events over Wheaton College on Friday at the Jonathan Lederhouse Natatorium.
Laxman and distance freestyler Andrew Babyak has announced his verbal commitment to swim for The University of Michigan beginning in the fall of 2018.
The Houston Swimming & Diving team took home 10 first-place finishes in a 174.50 – 122.50 rout of Colorado State, Friday evening at Moby Pool.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams each won their respective meets against Southern Connecticut State University on Friday at Hutchinson Natatorium in New Haven. The men won 153-123 score while the women’s team claimed a 158-126 victory.
Jake Hubbard of Blue Springs High School and Kansas City Swim Academy has verbally committed to University of Missouri-St. Louis for 2018-19.
Zorry Mason of Louisville’s duPont Manual High School and Cardinal Aquatics has handed her verbal commitment to the University of Miami.
Autumn D’Arcy of Redlands East Valley High School and Piranha Swim Team has verbally committed to California State University, Bakersfield for the fall of 2018.
After opening the year on a strong note, the FGCU swimming and diving team continues its season with arguably its toughest matchup in non-conference action.
Since taking the job at UC San Diego David Marsh sees almost unlimited potential both at the school and in the swimming community as a whole…
After an opening month in which it played host to four teams over three home meets, the Auburn swimming and diving program is on the road for the first time this weekend, traveling to South Carolina for a Saturday dual meet in Columbia.
South Carolina swimming and diving is set to face its third Southeastern Conference (SEC) opponent of the season on Saturday. The No. 20 (men) and No. 22 (women) Gamecocks will compete against the Auburn Tigers, whose men and women are both ranked ninth, in the Carolina Natatorium.
Florida’s 20th-ranked women’s swimming and diving team returns home to the Stephen C. O’Connell Center Natatorium on Saturday to compete against Florida Gulf Coast University at 10 a.m.
The Virginia men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will host their home opener against Duke on Friday (Nov. 3) at the Aquatic and Fitness Center in Charlottesville, Va. Diving events will begin at 11 a.m., followed by swimming events at 3 p.m.